The Four Drafts of Capital: Toward a New Interpretation of the Dialectical Thought of Marx

@article{Dussel2001TheFD,
  title={The Four Drafts of Capital: Toward a New Interpretation of the Dialectical Thought of Marx},
  author={Enrique D. Dussel},
  journal={Rethinking Marxism},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={10 - 26}
}
The first century following Marx's death (1883-1983) transpired first under Engels' authority, then under the hegemony of the 2nd International (Kautsky, Lenin, Rosa Luxemburg, etc.). The Leninist period of the 2nd International was brief, and it quickly fell under the domination of Stalinism. The second century of Marx (1983-2083) has begun with "perestroika", with the collapse of existing socialism in Eastern Europe, and with the massive publication of hitherto unknown manuscripts. Marx, in… 

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